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Quiz: What does it take to be an ethical officer?

Make sure to share your quiz results and challenge your colleagues to match or beat your score

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By Corrections1 Staff

Each day, correctional officers face ethical dilemmas and misconduct can have a huge impact in terms of public trust.

Here’s a 9-question quiz, provided by our online training partner Corrections1 Academy, to test your knowledge on ethics in corrections.

How did you do? Make sure to share your results and challenge your colleagues to match or beat your score.

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